I have checked multiple reciters and two different sources. None of them pronounce the kasra at the end of the word ٱلتَّغَابُنِۗ https://read.quranexplorer.com/64/9/9/Usmani/Khalil-Husari/Hide/Tajweed-OFF https://quran.com/64
Simply because it comes before a waqf sign (symbol), following or correctly applying it means one has to pronounce the last letter as sukun (soundless).
As this symbol "قلى" initiates a pause or stopping in the recitation. However it is permissible to continue the recitation and in that case you must recite the kasra.
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